Animal activists showed up outside a Brighton courthouse once again on Monday morning as a Commerce City police officer pleaded not guilty after the shooting and killing a dog last fall.
Some dog owners want police officers to go through mandatory training so shooting at pets is a last resort. It’s the subject of a bill making its way through the state legislature.
Colorado lawmakers are looking to put an end to police officers killing dogs. They say police need more training when they come into contact with canines.
The Commerce City police officer who shot a dog and now faces charges appeared in court on Tuesday.
Colorado’s largest police organization, the Fraternal Order of Police, is calling a criminal charge against a Commerce City police officer who shot and killed a dog “outrageous” and the result “of a sensationalized media event.”
The man who owned the dog that was shot and killed by a Commerce City Police officer is reacting to animal cruelty charges filed against that officer.
The Commerce City Police officer who shot and killed a family dog last month has been charged with animal cruelty.
The district attorney is taking over the investigation after a family’s pet was shot and killed by a police officer in Commerce City.
Police in Commerce City have promised a full investigation after a pit bull was shot to death. At the same time police made the announcement a vigil was being held to remember the dog.
The operator of the Chloe nightclub in downtown Denver is settling an allegation that it denied a black woman and her friends entry in August.
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